V-Ray | Blender

Blender and V-Ray for Blender are free and open-source products licensed under the GNU General Public License. Blender is available through the Blender Foundation. 

          · Download and install the latest official version of V-Ray Blender here.  

          · Purchase a Universal V-Ray Render Node here

All you need is a V-Ray Standalone aka Universal Render Node.  What is a Universal Render Node? 

A Universal Render Node. It is a full-featured command-line renderer that supports V-Ray’s native .vrscene file format. It supports V-Ray's complete feature set including CPU & GPU rendering capabilities.

Purchase additional blender render nodes for V-Ray to help you work faster and more efficiently. Utilize your other machines to unload rendering jobs so several computers can be rendering simultaneously.

Additional notes:
Some features and third-party plugins cannot be exported to V-Ray Scene (.vrscene) files.
V-Ray Standalone does not currently support GPU rendering on Apple® Mac OS©.


Using production-ready ray traced rendering and a full suite of useful tools, V-Ray creates high-quality, professional imagery and animation.


V-Ray utilizes mulit-accelerated rendering techniques for optimized speed and scalability. 


V-Ray was built tough so you can render your largest, most complex scenes.

Creative Control

The full suite of tools and numerous features associated with V-Ray gives you complete control over your projects.

System Requirements


Intel Pentium IV or compatible processor with SSE2 support


4 GB RAM and 4 GB swap minimum – recommended 8 GB or more RAM, 8 GB or more swap file

Operating system

Windows XP Professional SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, 32 bit and 64 bit, Ubuntu 12.04, Apple® Mac OS® X 10.6.5 or higher (Snow Leopard)

USB port

Required for hardware lock, preferably USB 2.0.


Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported.

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